PSP competition winners!
13th November 2002
13th November 2002
Congratulations to the winners of our PSP competition, we had a LOT of entries, it seems that far more of you prefer to write a couple of lines of text rather than make a piece of music to win your prizes ;)
The winners will be contacted by PSP to award their prizes.
|1st||Shawn Eib||"Echoes from the distant past, Reborn for the Digital Age"|
|2nd||Patrick de Caumette||"PSP LEXICON 42: BACK TO THE FUTURE"|
|3rd||Lactose||"PSP Lexicon PSP 42 hard-where?"|
This coincides with the release of PSPaudioware's new plugin PSP 84, the big brother of the Lexicon PSP 42. PSP 84 is a high-quality processor, capable of producing a wide variety of delay-based effects.
Two independent delay lines operating with variable sampling rate and precise tape saturation algorithm with adjustable gain, allow for convincingly sounding simulation of tape delay, including all the exciting effects resulting from tape speed instability. A filtration section consisting of three 2nd order switchable resonant filter types can be used to process input, feedback or wet signal. The adjustable slope of the filter ranges from a gentle curve, which is useful for simulating high frequency absorption typical for tape delay and wet signal equalisation to an extremely steep curve with a high cutoff frequency peak, making all the wild wah-wah and resonance effects easily available. Delay line sampling rate and filter cutoff can be modulated by any of the 5 LFO waveforms that are automatically synchronised to the sequencer tempo or envelope follower with adjustable sensitivity and attack/release. Moreover, the PSP 84 contains the fully functional reverb unit, with simplified settings carefully tuned to exactly reproduce the sound of classic spring and plate reverberators.
PSP 84 costs:
$149 downloadable version
$199 in the bundle with the Lexicon PSP 42
$29 upgrade offer for current Lexicon PSP 42 users.
More information, manual and PC (VST and DirectX), Mac OS 8.6+ & Mac OS X 10.0+ (VST) demo versions are available here
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